Dr. Shawki Mohamad AL Rashed

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Dr. Shawki Mohamad AL Rashed

Associate Prof
Experience
1- Vice Dean for Administrative and Students Affairs of Faculty of Sciences II - University of Damascus, Syria. (2015-2019)
2- Associate professor at mathematics department, faculty of Sciences, Damascus University, Damascus, Syria. (current)
3-Lecturer at faculty of Informatics & Communication Engineering, Arab International University, Damascus, Syria. (current)
4- Member of the Central Scientific Committee at Syrian Science Olympiad , Damascus, Syria. (2013-2019)
5- Lecturer at Syrian Virtual University, Communication Technology Program BACT, Damascus, Syria. (current)
6- Lecturer of the Discriminate Students at the University of Damascus (Faculty of Informatics Engineering and laser techniques), Syria. (2013-2018)
7-Member of the Affair students Committee at Damascus University, Syria. (2014-2019)
8- Member of the Affair scientific and graduate studies Committee at Damascus University, Syria. (2014-2019)

Education
Ph.D. degree in Mathematics (Specialization: Computer Algebra- Algebraic Geometry), Kaiserslautern University of the Technology – Germany 2011.
Publication

1. Use Cayley- Hamilton's Theorem and Nakayamma's Lemma to study the relationship between the regular ring and valuation rings, Journal of Damascus University for Basic Science, Vol. 34- 1, 2018.
2. A study in absorbing ideals , Journal of Damascus University for Basic Science, 2018. (in participation with Maha Al-moussa ).
3. n-Queen Problem, Journal of Damascus University for Basic Science, 2018. (in participation with Mohamad Abo-Safi).
4. Use Groebner's Bases, Krull's dimension, and Homotopy functions to compute local Dimension of an Algebraic Set at a Point, Journal of Damascus University for Basic Science Vol. 34- 2, 2018.
5. Compute the local Dimension of an Algebraic Set at a Approximated Point to a Point belonging to this Algebraic Set, Journal of Damascus University for Basic Science Vol. 36- 1, 2020.
6. Apply Cayley-Hamilton's Theorem, Nakayama's Lemma and Krull's Dimension to Study the Relationship between the Pruefer's Domains and Locally Normal Rings, Journal of Damascus University for Basic Science, 2020.
7. Finitely Stable Domains and the Archimedean property, Journal of Albaath University for Basic Science, Vol. 41. 2019. (in participation with M. Zahlan and Y. Alwadi ).